One teen charged as an adult in DeLodge murder case

February 9, 2020 | Courts|Featured

NEWKIRK — One of three juveniles arrested in the Shon DeLodge murder case is now charged as an adult in Kay County District Court.

Zavius Burgess, 17, is facing felony charges of murder in the first degree deliberate intent, two felony charges of conspiracy and first degree burglary.

On Jan. 31, Judge David Bandy set bond at $10 million with the condition that he have no contact with the victim’s family or witnesses in the case if he bonds out.

Triston Anthony Nataye Pappan, 22, Ponca City, is also facing felony charges of first degree murder, conspiracy, and first degree burglary in the case. His bond is also set at  $10 million bond.

Triston Anthony Nataye Pappan

Ponca City police report in the affidavit that Burgess claims Pappan shot and killed DeLodge while Pappan claims Burgess and two other juveniles are responsible for the murder. (see story)

DeLodge was shot in the head at a residence in the 1200 block of N. Oak on Jan. 23. He later died from the wound.

Both Burgess and Pappan are set for court dates on March 6.

Ponca City police reported on Jan. 28 that a second 17-year-old was arrested and faces charges of first degree murder and conspiracy to commit a felony and that a 13-year-old is facing charges of accessory to first degree murder, conspiracy to commit a felony and attempted escape from custody.